problems running V-REP on macOS Sierra

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Montana
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Re: problems running V-REP on macOS Sierra

Postby Montana » 20 Oct 2016, 13:50

Hi coppelia,

It seems that is working fine after creating the file. I'm using the V-REP PRO EDU V3.3.2 rev3.

Thank you for your help.

Regards.

felipebittencourt

Re: problems running V-REP on macOS Sierra

Postby felipebittencourt » 16 Nov 2016, 19:50

coppelia wrote:Ok, thanks for helping put the finger on the problem Benno. It seems the problems are linked to files/folders that cannot be accessed because of file attributes that the MacOS appends to files downloaded from the internet. You can strip away those file attributes with:

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xattr -c -r *


Make sure you run above from the console in the V-REP folder. This made the trick for Benno at least.
On our machines, we also have the same file attributes when downloading something from the internet, but we don't have any crashes, so the problem is also linked to some computer specific settings I guess.

Montana, can you confirm that above solves your problem too?

Cheers


I was having the same problem here but it's working perfectly now after typing that command inside V-REP's folder.
Thank you.

sfe
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Re: problems running V-REP on macOS Sierra

Postby sfe » 03 Mar 2017, 19:57

I don't understand the last the passage to solve the problem "model folder not found". Can you explain me exactly what I have to do with the code: xattr -c -r *? Thanks

coppelia
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Re: problems running V-REP on macOS Sierra

Postby coppelia » 05 Mar 2017, 18:22

You have to open a terminal, navigate to the V-REP folder, then type

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xattr -c -r *


Cheers


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